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The Grandview Heights school board has selected Andrew Culp as the district's next superintendent.
Despite the impassioned -- and in some cases, tearful -- pleas of parents and students, Grandview Heights school board members April 15 unanimously approved band director Justin Hennig's resignation.
Grandview Heights High School students will be issued more than just textbooks beginning next school year.
Our Lady of Victory Church likely will seek a variance from Marble Cliff Village Council to pave the way for planned improvements to church grounds.
The Grandview Heights Public Library, 1685 W. First Ave., was evacuated for about three hours April 18 due to a bomb threat.
The Grandview Heights school board has selected Andrew Culp as the district’s next superintendent.
The Grandview Heights Public Library was evacuated for about three hours Friday, April 18, due to a bomb threat.
Twenty-seven Grandview Heights High School juniors were inducted Friday, April 11, into the Alphega chapter of the National Honor Society.
The Grandview Heights school board will hold interviews this week with six semifinalists for the district superintendent position and plans to hold interviews with two or three finalists Saturday, April 19.
Levy now or levy later?
The Car2Go car-sharing service is interested in expanding into the Tri-Village area.
"Road work ahead" signs will be a ubiquitous sight for Grandview drivers this year.
It's no accident that the city of Grandview Heights won three awards at last month's Capital Area Safety Council ceremony.
The Grandview Heights City School District is looking for a new band director following Justin Hennig's resignation.
Despite student, parent pleas
Despite the impassioned -- and in some cases, tearful -- pleas of parents and students, the Grandview Heights school board unanimously approved band director Justin Hennig's resignation Tuesday, April 15.